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Race for Japan 5K at Ypao Beach

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Relief efforts for Japan in the wake of last month's tragic earthquake and tsunami continue on the island. Senator Dennis Rodriguez, Jr. is organizing the Race for Japan 5K fundraiser this Sunday at the Ypao Beach. "This race is really giving the opportunity for everyone to help in this small way. Registration is $7 a person and for a family of four $25. If your register the day of the race, it's $10," the senator.

Show time is 5am and go time is at 6 this Sunday at Ypao Beach. All proceeds will be donated to the Japan Club of Guam.

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